(SPECIAL EXTRA-LONG GUEST-HOSTED EPISODE WITH LANE!) First up the Moscow-born, NYC-residing Regina Spektor did "Fidelity" from her recent album Begin To Hope (iTunes, Amazon). Next Brazil's essential Os Mutantes with "A Minha Menina" ("My Girl") which can be found on their The Best of Os Mutantes (iTunes, Amazon). Then South Africa's fantastic Miriam Makeba did "The Click Song" from her album Africa (iTunes, Amazon). Next the classic bluesman Leadbelly did "Goodnight Irene" from The Best of Leadbelly (iTunes, Amazon, eMusic). Then Austin's Daniel Johnston did "True Love Will Find You In the End" from his album 1990 (iTunes, Amazon). Next the impressively fecund Screaming Jay Hawkins did "Whistling Past the Graveyard" from Somethin' Funny Goin On (iTunes, Amazon). Then Nashville's Lambchop did "Is a Woman" from their 2002 album by the same name (iTunes, Amazon, eMusic). Next we heard from San Francisco's Joanna Newsom. First a short clip of "Emily" from her new album Ys (iTunes, Amazon, eMusic), then the entirety of "Sadie" from older album The Milk-Eyed Mender (iTunes, Amazon, eMusic). Then Harry Nilsson did "The Clearing In the Woods (Narration)" from The Point (iTunes, Amazon). Then TSiMH favorite who is also a Lane favorite, Of Montreal did "Scenes From My Funeral" from Horse & Elephant Eatery (No Elephants Allowed): The Singles & Songles Album (iTunes, Amazon, eMusic). Then we heard two short tracks from Half-Handed Cloud. First "Can't Even Breathe On My Own Two Feet" from their album Learning About Your Scale (iTunes, Amazon, eMusic), then "I Got a Letter" from their What's the Remedy? EP (iTunes, eMusic). And finally Cat Power did a cover of The Honeydrippers' "Sea of Love" from her album The Covers Record (iTunes, Amazon, eMusic). This episode features a clip from the audio book of Ulysses (iTunes, Audible, Amazon) by James Joyce.